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Part-Time Lecturer in Animation: Philadelphia

Hi, I've been asked to forward this announcment to interested people. I'm told they may have more than one position available:

Part-Time Lecturer in Animation - University of Pennsylvania

The Department of Fine Arts in the School of Design at the University of
Pennsylvania is seeking candidates to teach animation in a studio art
program. The part-time load can consist of one or two six-hour studios per
week. Candidates must have a Master of Fine Arts degree or lengthy
comparable experience in the field and be able to teach the production of
computer animation or traditional animation. General knowledge of hardware,
operating systems, and software associated with animation and digital
imaging is necessary. Storyboarding, narrative development and strategic
concept development are essential. Knowledge of the history of animation is
desirable and an interest in and a facility with drawing for animation will
be viewed favorably.

Candidates must work with other faculty in the program and with office and
technical support staff in the maintenance of the facilities. They must
have a significant exhibition or professional production record, and three
to five years to teaching experience at the university level.

A letter of application, resume including the names, addresses and telephone
numbers of three references, applicant work samples (DVD and jpegs if
applicable), samples of student work, and SASE if the applicant wishes for
materials to be returned, should be sent to:

Julie Schneider, Department of Fine Arts, 114 Addams Hall, School of Design,
200 South 36th Street, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA

Application review begins Oct 2008 and continues until the position is

The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its
community. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

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